Tag: poetry

New Release: Wave Says by K.M. English

Kazim Ali, author of Inquisition and All One’s Blue, says of English’s Wave Says: “These gorgeous lines unravel like water, a wave as motion, lines of a poem, individual poems in a book, not precisely separate from one another but manifestations of momentum.” Poet K.M. English makes her literary debut on May 15, 2021 with Wave

Tracie Morris & Sandra Lim Receive Guggenheims

Join Kore Press Institute in celebrating Tracie Morris and Sandra Lim, two Kore Press poets awarded a 2021 Guggenheim Fellowship from the John Simon Guggenheim Memorial Foundation. Chosen through a rigorous peer-review process from almost 3,000 applicants, Morris and Lim are part of a diverse group of 184 artists, writers, scholars, and scientists in this

KPI 2020 Poetry Prize Winners

Erica Hunt selects Gash Atlas by Jessica Lawson as the winner of KPI’s 2020 Poetry Prize! First and second place winning manuscripts for the Kore Press Institute Poetry Prize will be published in Fall 2021, and both receive a cash award of $1500 and $250 respectively. Deep congratulations to all three writers, to all the

Poet Laureate, tc tolbert

Your community, your justice, your voice: Tucson Poet Laureate tc tolbert, on the beauty, craft and care of Kore Press…

New Release: Body Burden by Zayne Turner

Winner of 2015 Kore Press First Book Award, selected by Tracie Morris   Body Burden is an investigation—into historical documents, public records, imagined letters, and into a rich variety of visual and linguistic forms. Turner invites readers to experience the language and facts of history and science –  the stuff ‘we make our beds from/and lie among,’